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    BIRSDEYE KETCHIPS WIN THE FIGHT!



    Chip-croquette hybrids to start with, which is pretty unique... but then to inject them... with a CORE OF KETCHUP?! EPIC!!

    Though those of us that remember will recall the utter pain and frustration of wanting to eat them right from the oven. PAINFUL MOLTEN SAUCE DEATH.
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    NEW HEAT!

    NESTLE ALL-STARS versus CADBURY YOWIE!






    Two "me-too" products this time, but not shamefully copypastatastic qualities. For example, the Nestle All-Stars MIGHT have been the Nestle version of Mars Celebrations or Cadbury Heroes (with mini Lions, Kitkats and Smartie packs to name but a few), and the Yowie was the Cadbury "Kinder Surprise", with each chocolate Yowie having a mini plastic Yowie beastie within him (...or her...? Is it... pregnant with a babie Yowie?!)

    But it's your call, TSR!
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    I'd go with the Yowie. It was probably rather overpriced, but if I was offered one of the two I would pick the Yowie because I would only like half of the Allstars.
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    Nestle All Stars! I have a fascination with mini versions of chocolate favourites
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    The All Stars were just mini versions of bars you can already buy, so I'm going with Yowie


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    Nestle All Stars
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    Yowie. I don't see me winning this, but miniatures are the big ones just small, but Yowies are original
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    From the image I see that the all stars had Lions in them, therefore they can have my vote!
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    Yowie
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    Yowie because I'd much rather have celebrations, heroes etc than all stars


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    All stars! I likes me a selection.
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    (Original post by MissDavies)
    I'd go with the Yowie. It was probably rather overpriced, but if I was offered one of the two I would pick the Yowie because I would only like half of the Allstars.
    I agree with much of this. I'm voting for the Yowie because I know that I would have liked all of it, whereas with the All-Stars, I think there would have been quite a few in the selection that I would have either disliked or felt indifferent about, as is often the case when I have a whole Celebrations or Heroes box to myself.
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    CADBURY YOWIE WINS THE FIGHT.



    A closer battle this time, but no amount of mini Kit Kats, Lions, Rolos and Smarties could stand up the the monstrous maw of YOWIE POWER!
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    HERE'S A NEW HEAT!

    ONKEN FRUFOO YOGHURTS versus CADBURY FLAKE SNOW!






    What a sweet battle!! I love it. Frufoo - who can remember such an amazing treat? A thick, almost super-dense strawberry yoghurt in a doughnut-shaped pot, and in the centre, a cute wee build-up toy? And who can forget the dichotomy, the marriage, of Cadbury Milk Chocolate and a core of Cadbury Dream flake?!

    Two treats that are gone forever, but at least have the chance to be our Blast From the Past Champion here on TSR - but which gets the chance?
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    Flake snow!

    Combination of flake and white chocolate? There is not much better :coma:
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    I'd forgotten about Frufoo yoghurts! But these were so good...although was it just me or did they have a really odd taste to them?? :confused:

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    Flake snow. they were so good!
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    Flake snow for me! So crumbly and Christmassy
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    Flake Snow
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    I did like Frufoo yoghurts, but I just have to vote for Flake Snow. Whenever white chocolate is mentioned in this thread, my facial expression usually becomes like this: :teeth:
 
 
 
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